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Balance and Vision

Two Visual Pathways The focal, central or Parvocelluar visual system is called the “What” vision system. It is responsible for object identification. It allows us to focus on a specific object in the visual field. This information is interpreted in … Continue reading

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How do we see up close?

The Near Vision System “I can’t see the board” is a common reason children come for their first eye exam. But problems seeing up close are more closely related to academic success than distance vision problems. With more computer use, … Continue reading

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Assessing Eye Movements

Assessing Eye Movements Assessing eye movements should be a regular part of every therapists evaluation process. We get 75% of the information about our environment from vision and vision affects things like reading, handwriting and balance. Before starting this evaluation, … Continue reading

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